TAILIEUCHUNG - A STORY ABOUT YOU by Darren Domsky

A STORY ABOUT YOU by Darren Domsky Copyright 2012 Darren Domsky Smashwords Edition Cover Artwork by Katherine Domsky SMASHWORDS EDITION, LICENSE NOTES: This story remains the copyrighted property of the author, and may not be reproduced, copied, or distributed without the expressed written permission of the author. If you would like to share this story with others, please share the link, not the story itself. This will help the story to spread not just by word of mouth, but by curiosity. .This story is a story about you, the person reading this story right this second. You may find this implausible and. | A STORY ABOUT YOU by Darren Domsky Copyright 2012 Darren Domsky Smashwords Edition Cover Artwork by Katherine Domsky SMASHWORDS EDITION LICENSE NOTES This story remains the copyrighted property of the author and may not be reproduced copied or distributed without the expressed written permission of the author. If you would like to share this story with others please share the link not the story itself. This will help the story to spread not just by word of mouth but by curiosity. This story is a story about you the person reading this story right this second. You may find this implausible and silly but please do your best to get over this because it s actually true. This story is about you. This story is about you but the you of many many years from now. You are very old and finally nearing your end. You are laying on a hospital bed with a respirator over your mouth and nose and with various tubes and monitors attached to you and you are in the later throes of whatever it is that is finally going to kill you. If you try to leave the hospital you know that you will die somewhere in the hallway. You are laying on your deathbed and you know it. With your room all to yourself you sit and reflect. A man comes in and you can tell he must be one of the hospital do-gooders. A social worker A chaplain A volunteer visitor You aren t sure. There he goes matching the name on your chart to the name on his clipboard and there he smiles as he sees that he s found the right room. As he pulls up a chair you wonder why the do-gooders never wonder if they are welcome to pull up a chair. You would ask him this but your respirator makes talking impossible. When he starts talking he takes you completely off guard. You expected something cheery and canned but you get this I wonder when I first walked in the room what were you thinking about right at that moment You were regretting something weren t you. Wow what an interesting face you had. Deathbed regrets eh Aren t they

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